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unbound

[ uhn-bound ]
/ ʌnˈbaʊnd /
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verb

simple past tense and past participle of unbind.

adjective

not bound, as a book.
free; not attached, as by a chemical bond: unbound electrons.

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Origin of unbound

before 900; (adj.) Middle English unbounde, unbunden,Old English unbunden;see un-1, bound1
unbound , unbounded
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British Dictionary definitions for unbound

unbound
/ (ʌnˈbaʊnd) /

verb

the past tense and past participle of unbind

adjective

(of a book) not bound within a cover
not restrained or tied down by bonds
(of a morpheme) able to form a word by itself; free
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